Sharon Osbourne Praises Queen Consort | "Camilla Has Won The Public Over With Her Dignity"

Sharon Osbourne Praises Queen Consort | "Camilla Has Won The Public Over With Her Dignity"

The 69-year-old talk show host also described Queen Consort Camilla as a "brave" woman.

Sharon Osbourne has nothing but kind words when it comes to Queen Consort Camilla and is praising her for stepping up to the duties of her new royal title, following late Queen Elizabeth II's death. According to Express UK, the former America's Got Talent judge told English television personality and journalist Vanessa Jane Feltz, "Camilla has won the British public over with her dignity and the work that she has been doing."



Discussing The Osbournes star's relationship with the royal family, Feltz asked, "Sharon let's talk to you about this, I know that you had a close relationship with members of the Royal Family. I know the King himself sent you a letter when Ozzy wasn't well. And you know, you really do feel an empathy and it seems to me a great affection for them, you're very, very fond of Camilla as well, the Queen Consort. So how did you feel watching the funeral today?" The 69-year-old British TV personality responded with praise for the King's wife, saying,  "I really respect her, I think that she's a very brave woman. And I think that she has done incredibly well in the last few years, incredibly well! She has won the public over with her dignity and the work that she does, and I just really respect her and I adore..."



When the monarch, 73, ascended the throne after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, he spoke of his wife in first speech as King. "I count on the loving help of my darling wife, Camilla. In recognition of her own loyal public service since our marriage seventeen years ago, she becomes my Queen Consort. I know she will bring to the demands of her new role the steadfast devotion to duty on which I have come to rely so much," he said. As for her new title, Cosmopolitan explains that a queen consort is the wife of a reigning king whereas a queen is a monarch with the same rank as a king and has political as well as sovereign and military powers. Royal fans will have to wait a while before a coronation ceremony takes place for King Charles. Camilla, the queen consort will be "crowned with the king, in a similar but simpler ceremony,” according to the royal family website.








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